HomeCelebrity NewsBatgirl: Kevin Smith calls the cancellation of the Latina-led film an incredibly bad look

Batgirl: Kevin Smith calls the cancellation of the Latina-led film an incredibly bad look

calls Warner Bros’s cancellation of “an incredibly bad decision.”. Even though the $90m (£73.7m) shoot for the film was completed earlier this year, the studio announced there were no longer plans for the film to be released.

CEO explained why Batgirl wasn’t included: “We’ll wait until a film is ready before releasing it.”. The shocking news provoked much discussion among film fans, with many criticizing Warner Bros.

During a recent episode of Hollywood Babble-On, filmmaker Kevin Smith commented on Batgirl’s cancellation. Batgirl’s cancellation stung particularly since had been set to play Barbara Gordon, a Latina actor.

“A Latina Batgirl movie being canceled is an incredibly bad look,” Smith said in the video. “Nobody’s gonna complain if the movie was a total rotten poop – I guarantee you that it wasn’t.” His next point was that and , the directors, would have made a quality film.

“Two of the directors of that movie directed episodes of , and it was a wonderful show, and they had more money to make Batgirl than they did for Ms Marvel.”

Related: Latina Batgirl movie cancellation is an incredibly bad look, says Kevin Smith

While El Arbi and Bilall Fallah released separate statements expressing their shock at the film’s cancellation, Leslie Grace said she felt blessed to have worked with such greats.

Robert Poirrer is a contributing author who covers Hollywood latest movie releases and web series for the MovieThop website. He has a decade of experience in writing movies based articles for numerous renowned media outlets. He is excellent at creating unique content based on emerging trends in a variety of categories especially entertainment, movies and lifestyle. When not writing articles you could find Robert enjoying mountain biking trips with his friends. He graduated in English Literature from North Carolina State University.